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the >> new details from boston, the suspect is communicating with officials from his hospital bed. >> it will not be as hot as it was yesterday but we are already feeling a warm-up this morning. >> and quick look at your afternoon highs for today, we will not reach 90 but take a look at some of your inland communities. 84 concord, 82 pleasanton and livermore, los '70s downtown san francisco. satellite and radar show fog creeping up the coastline with windy conditions along the adults up. high pressure is still
in place but is streaming north. gradually cooler weather would there is expected to be the coolest day of the week. full details on your seven day coming up in just a few minutes. >> we're still looking at a pretty good ride around the bay area this morning, we are not tracking any hot spots. are incident on 680 southbound to drum has not turned into a major problem. your quick commute said shows things are building a bit for the south bay, moderate traffic conditions. it is moderate on highway 4 for the east bay but the east bay is enjoying a pretty light right. >> a developing story unfolding in east oakland, a standoff that is over now with the search for a man not wanted for a late night shooting continues. will tran is in the 1100 block of 66 ave. how to the standoff
ended where we now? >> they are still searching for the sky, they have his name but they're not releasing it. this lasted as long as it did because here is the suspect's car. he shot someone according to investigators. they saw a car parked in front of the house and they thought he was holed up in their overnight. around 638 am they have this whole place surrounded we are pushed back, we cannot show you live pictures. they got a search warrant and they decided to knock on the door. you could see all the police cars there. is a home right in front of us, 11 of st.. he was nowhere to be found that they believe he
is the man who shot the other man. the suspect they're looking for is an african-american man in his 50s. they've not been able to locate or recovered the gun that was used in the shooting. they decided enough was enough, eight hours into it. they went and then he was nowhere to be found. they tried to talk to the neighborsinvestigators. thet was shot told the investigators the description of the car, he was taken to the hospital would not life threatening injuries. >> bonds of the latest of boston, the boston marathon bombing suspect faces federal charges that carry the possibility of the death penalty. from his hospital bed dzhokhar tsarnaev faced a judge yesterday. he is charged with using and conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction resulting in death and
melissa's malicious destruction of property resulting in death. we're getting another look at where the bomber suspected bombers were standing at the marathon, take a look. you can see as his pictures of and closer, the suspect at the marathon last monday. he is in the white cap. his older brother to marry and the ctamerian tsarnaev is pictured in a black cat. he was killed last week in a shootout with police. >>johar tsarnaev has been
communicating with investigators. he cannot speak with a bullet wound to his throat but he is answering questions through nodding and writing. at this point he is saying the brothers are acting alone and they turned into radical islam through internet videos. they had no contact with any the hottest groups overseas and they develop thereby making skills from the internet. >> and memorial service was held yesterday for liungzi lu and another victim krystle campbell was laid to rest earlier in the day. among the silence to remember all the victims was held yesterday. the boston mayor accepted the american flag as on it have staff or the marathon finish line. it was this about a transition as the fbi and the busy boston corridor crime scene back over to the city. the
mit police officer who was killed will be laid to rest tomorrow. vice president joe biden is expected to attend. meanwhile boyle said st will be open to residents and businesses owners today. we'll continue bring the latest updates on the suspect in victims of the boston marathon. >> we are also following the ford attack and canada. investigators said they have a link the two suspects charged with plotting a terrorist attack against a canadian passenger train. canadian authorities claim the suspect had direction and guidance from al qaeda members and around the there were no allegations of planned attacks were state- sponsored. one is believed to be in the tunisian and one is from the united arab emirates. authorities are saying the two men were planning on the revving a canadian passenger train. the attack appeared to be in the planning stages and was not imminent.
>> three teenaged boys accused of last september's sexual assault a 15 year-old audrie pott from saratoga have been released from juvenile hall. the boys and not spend their days in home detention. audrey was a sophomore a saratoga high school that committed suicide days after the alleged attack. hear some of the reactions to the court's decision. >> i think they should be in juvenile hall and so the trial starts. i don't think it should be allowed to go to their own home, i don't think they deserve that. they are a threat. >> clearly the nature of the charges are important but they are also presumed to be innocent. unless they can convince the judge said that they are currently a danger to this community is not an unusual ruling by the court. >> a spokesperson for audrey's family says they
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>>, and security secretary janet napolitano is testifying in the debate over immigration reform. she is testifying before the senate judiciary committee. her appearance comes after a daylong hearing monday that exposed deep divisions on the immigration bill with republicans arguing it does too little on border
security and, and some also saying the measure could be reexamined in light of the events in boston. one was a naturalized citizen in the other what had his green card. >> bart is saying this morning that a woman was not injured when a train ran over her after she jumped onto the tracks at a san francisco station. this all happened in front of an oncoming train on the 24 stati street station last night. the train was right or the woman as a past of the station and did not answer her as she played on the tracks. bart police found a woman who is in her fifties with no visible injuries. she is being held for a
and we are feeling a little bit of wind out there. >> it is actually really nice out here. there is some way and, if you can see the brush kind of wrestling in front of me out here. i'm guessing it's somewhere between 15 to 20 mi. an hour range but the temperature is comfortable. not a cloud in the sky, absolutely beautiful. a little cooler than it was yesterday with the wind. you might have to get some hair spray to keep your hair in place but other than that it is a nice day out here. >> did you get a chance to drive over any of the bridges? how was the wind there? >> no i came from the north bay. if the wind is whipping up here, i'm sure that wants to get up to mid span you will feel it. that is how it is ban all morning. it will
pick up any start to get these gust, probably in a 20 mi. an hour range. >> good morning, the winds are actually very apparent and the del tub. we have a wind advisory for fairfield. we could see up birds of 23 mi. per hour for san francisco later on today. in terms of the temperature, currently 67 napa, 64 sam francisco, mid-50s sunnyvale. future cast four predicts by lunchtime, 12:00 it will be '70s inside the bay. '80s already for places like santa rosa and napa up. we will get a couple of degrees, most of us in the '80s territory by 3:00 p.m. today. by 8:00 p.m. tonight, most of us in a wide range of 60s. closer look at
afternoon highs, temperatures cooler than yesterday's 77 fremont, 82 almaden valley. color and the south bay, still mid '80s for the east bay. 84 concord, 78 richmond, mid '80s napa up. >> tail and after a high of 76 degrees. later on tonight the giants' game against the diamondbacks, first pitch at 7:15 p.m.. it will be a pretty mild evening at at&t park with temperatures in the mid-60s. winston certainly picked up, we have seen some pretty gusty conditions. 7 day around the bay forecast highs thursday as the coolest day of the week. we will see some fog but mild and dry weather into the weekend and as we start the next work week. 7:17 a.m. here is george.
>> we're not watching any hot spots right now, we are seeing some improvement at the bay bridge for the westbound ride. the backups no longer reach all the way up along 880 over the westbound lanes. the drive times have stayed under 20 minutes for all of the approaches. the san mateo bridge, we have seen some slowing on the approach to the toll plaza. otherwise, other ride across the span still looks good, we have been incident free. the golden gate bridge ride has no problems northbound or southbound. the east shore freeway, 19 minutes in route from hercules to berkeley. 22 minutes after the san ramon valley as a driver gets a little slower down to dublin. south bay freeways are starting to show some selling for 1 01 and 280 as well as through saratoga on highway 85. the marin ride, 1 01 southbound is now over
34 minutes from the commute for nevado down to the golden gate bridge. things start get into the swing for the north bay. is still a delay free ride for bart, muni metro, cal, a strain. >> the pressure cooker bounds use of last week's boston marathon attack are underscoring the danger of improvised explosive devices. they are cheap, easy to transport and tough for police to fight. >> experts from the mexico replicate and explode bombs used by terrorists. there's a sense of urgency. >> after boston, we are worried that this could be a feature of terrorists. >> we're always worried about copycats, more and more people can be using this. >> this is a pressure cooker bomb, similar to the bombs in boston and we are
about to set it off. in the wrong hands, we are the know how deadly the spine can be and we're not taking any chances. we have retreated to this mountaintop for safety reasons, a quarter of a mile away from where we left the pressure cooker. that is still not far enough to avoid flying shrapnel. we are watching from inside a bunker. >> 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 >> that white smoke looks just like we saw in boston. >> i can feel that here. >> down below is a real shock. >> at this point, we're looking for fragments. >> one down turn into thousands of fragments scattered over thousands of yards. this is part of the pressure cooker now mangled. instead of nails, up we filled them with nets from
the hardware store. some shout out and years plywood and some melted from the heat. >> how fast these things moving? >> they can travel a thousand feet a second. >these things will get in for the shock wave then hit you before you hear it. >> years with the classics like using a high-speed camera. an intense ball of fire, less than 20 ft. across. watched the white ring on the desert floor, that is the shock waves. engineers studying this blast say thereon here for first responders. >> there is lot of shrapnel all around, it is hot and very sharp. we could easily cut yourself, there could be unexploded ordinance. parts of the bomb that did not explode that were supposed
to, back off at any time. >> out of this demonstration, there are only words of caution. by the time you hear the bomb, you could already be hit. awareness of your surroundings could be your only defense. >> we will take a break, 7:21 a.m. and a live look outside of the bay bridge approach. traffic is backed up headed towards the toll plaza, we will be back with a jack up in a minute.
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netflix shares are up almost $40 to just $214 a share. tax-free shopping on the internet could be over under a bill making its way through the senate. the bill require online retailers to collect state and local sales tax for purchases made over the internet. the sales taxes will be sent to the states were a shopper lev's. under crime law, states can only require stores to collect sales tax of the store has a physical presence in the state. as a result, many online sales tax are essentially tax-free even though you're supposed to declare those items on your state tax return and pay the sales tax. very few americans do. this a de senate noted 74 to 20 yesterday to take up the bill. with that level of support, the senate could pass the bill as early as this week. >> using voice to send text messages while driving is
just as dangerous as testing with fingers. a new study by the texas transportation institute at texas a&m university came out today and it showed driver response time significantly delayed no matter which method was used. the study was the first to compare boys to tax and traditional tactic on a hand-held device and an actual driving environment. in each case, drivers and about twice as long to react as they did when they warned that taxing. i contact to the roadway also degrees, no matter which taxing method was used. in fact, speech to text ashley took longer than traditional taxing, due to the need to correct the errors in the electronic transcription. some 35 percent of drivers and it's a reading a text or e-mail while driving in any given month, while 26 per but percent admitted to typing one, according to data from aaa. u.s. transportation
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war since 1987. oakland broker record set in 1966. i will be a full forecast in my next report. >> on the san a tale bridge, conditions are good at 11 minute drive times. east bay, moderate to heavy conditions, the same for the south bay with the usual slow downs. we're looking at some selling on the peninsula of the 84 and 1 0192 interchanges. and the north bay, up they decide for southbound under 40 minutes. >> will be updated on the developing story in the east bay and east oakland. there is a standoff that is over now but there are still searching for the man that was involved in the late 9 shooting draf night shooting.
>> there is the as tv, the dark colored as you be parked on the side. investigators have gone through it. it was parked in front of this, and they thought he was inside. they sent out swat team members who were here for more than eight hours. police officers are still behind me and around 630 they decided enough was enough. they have flash bangs going off and people armed with search warrants. they broke a window and you could see another police officer moving inside the unit there. they went inside and discovered that he was not in there. it did not take very long according to investigators to track him down. they know this person is because they went to this location. the victim was shot about 3 mi. away from this location. he gave a
description of the car. they know there searching for an african-american man in his 50s. they have his name, they refuse to give it to me at this particular time. they're gathering more information and that is why they're going through the house. as as they're comfortable giving out his name, they will. >> we will watch and wait and see if they make any progress on that. >> the boston marathon bombing suspect faces federal charges that carry the possibility of the death penalty. from his hospital bed, a dzhokhar tsarnaev face a judge yesterday. he is charged with using and conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction resulting in a death and malicious destruction of property resulting in death.
we're getting another look at where the bombers were standing at the marathon. you can see as this picture is a man, there dzhokhar tsarnaev and the infamous picture of the brother wearing the hat. the older brother tamerian tsarnaev is in the black cap. he was killed in a shootout. the under brother remains and the hospital. we're learning about the tense final moments before the swat team finally catches him. here is one describing the moments during the capture. >> you could see one clan hand was clear of any weapons. we went the other way, his hand went down inside the boat out of our view. and i know everybody here, we've spoken about it, each time he did nthat we had to assume that he was
reaching for either a weapon, a firearm or some type of explosion ignition device to try to cross and and take us out in a suicide type manner. he did add a couple times as we were still approaching towards him. we get close enough at one point where both of his hands were up because of the rocking back and forth, both hands were up we could see the there were no weapons on him, no it ignition devices. we broke away from the shield protective cover and we just rushed him. we put hands on him, grabbed him and pulled them off the boat. >> this is the first of him when he was arrested, this is the previous thought of him. he is now in the hospital and communicating with investigators. >> the bay area boy, 11 year-old aaron hern of martine as that a visit from some of his baseball heroes yesterday morning. here is a
photograph, it shows oakland a's first baseman randy moss, left fielder josh rhetorjosh reddick and first bae coach tye waller of visiting with him in hospital. the a's are embossed in the play three games series against the red sox. >> the california highway patrol has agreed to extend and expand its patrols and oakland. the agency's contract was settled to expire on friday but mayor jean kwon said the chp has agreed to continue patrolling while the city
works to finalize the terms of a new contract. the mayor said, of the new contract would increase the siege these availability in oakland to as many as four days a week. oakland has and working with the chp says the number of officers and as police apartment dropped from 8362611 over the past four years. >> an 8 year-old boy it and who suffered a heart attack when hit by baseball was reunited with his team. this is video of the incident. matthew henry was picked out at his home on saturday by the same fire group in the same fire engine that took him to the hospital and brought into the baseball field in rohnert park. players from henry's team, the blue jays, and they're posing scene reminded that the field to give him a high five. that'll a fire department paramedics in captain dan farren and his
white suit perform cpr on henry after he collapsed until a defibrillator arrived. >> they restore his heart beat, a fantastic story. it is 7:38 a.m. and we'll be back in just a minute. a beautiful shot of the golden gate bridge, lots of sunshine. we will be back in a moment. [ male announcer ] fact: the 100% electric nissan leaf... is more fun than ever. sees better than ever. ♪ charges faster. and will charge. cool. and heat. from your phone. fact: leaf never needs gas. ever. good for the world. built in america. now, leaf's an easier choice
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>> 741 and residence of the rock ridge neighborhood in oakland are on edge after a shooting of a normally quiet neighborhood over the weekend. neighbors tell the house hold meeting about crime last night to discuss the incident. on saturday night, a man walking with his wife was shot in the shoulder. the gunman ran off before the taking anything from the couple. although there are neighbor that watch groups author of the
area, councilman dan kalb says residents are an easy and want more police presence. there is concern as to how much money they will will be used in the next budget to reduce crime. >> we cannot eliminate the possibility of crimes to what people want is more of a police presence. >> police are still looking for the gunman in the shooting. >> we will take a break at 7428 em and when we come back a full check on weather and traffic and the world according to gary.
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(male announcer) live from the bay area here is your kron 4 news >> top stories we're following on east oakland right now there is a standoff between police and a suspect wanted for a late-night shooting, a live report straight ahead. >> need details are night of boston with a 19 year-old suspect is speaking to police from his hospital bed. but he is saying. >> three teenage boys accused of last september's sexual assault of the 15 year-old saratoga girl have been released from juvenile hall, where they are now. >> i do not think we'll break any records or c and the '90s. let's take a closer look at today's afternoon highs. we will see some it '80s midland and low seventies for downtown san francisco. 79 at sunnyvale, 85 and napa up. turning your attention to satellite and radar, we have a couple of interesting things to know. the suddenly surge is bringing cloud cover back to
the coast line. northerly winds are pretty gusty right now, we are seeing a wind advisory for places like fairfield. most of us are waking up to clear and dry conditions around the bay area. expect gradually cooling weather into the middle of this week. we a big changes to talk about, your full forecast of just a couple of minutes. >> we're still mined during a hot spot free ride, right now the big bridges look great. take a close look at the 880 approach, no back up at all. a few cars in the right-hand lane for the open towline, that is it. there is a stall reported but it is not blocking any lanes. is that the year by island at the on ramp. sam sale bridge looks good, drive times are below 15 minutes. closer to 11 1/3 team and as for the westbound ride. 1 01 southbound, marin county is still a problem free across the golden gate bridge.
>> 8:01 a.m. and developing is we're following out of east oakland where there was a standoff that is over. the search continues for gunman. will tran reports on the 1100 block of 60 dead ave. >> here is the reason the police believe the suspect was at his house. it was this car. it was here right after the shooting, the victim was able to identify the car. they saw the car around 1030. they were of this place off and made sure that the media was about a quarter mile back to make sure everyone was safe. finally are around 630, up eight hours into the standoff they decided enough was enough. they had a flash bang go off and you can see there are police officers still at the scene. at 630, they got the search warrant and swat team member is fully armed and in body armor and knocked on the door and windows. no one
answered, they went inside and that is when they discovered the suspect was long gone. they have his name over night, they are not releasing it. what happened around 1030, 4 mi. from this location, he shot the victim in the leg with a non fatal injury. the suspect took off from the scene and the suspect went to this location. a lot of neighbors were upset because the police were here throughout the night in a flash bang went out. one neighbor actually yelled at the police department. right now, there searching for him the they know who he is. he is described as an african- american man in his 50s. the neighbors said he kept to himself through out the years. the police apartment know who he is. they said they probably already have his picture on file, they are just waiting to release it.
>> the boston marathon bombing suspect faces federal charges that carry the possibility of the death penalty. from his hospital bed, a dzhokhar tsarnaev face a judge yesterday. he is charged with using and conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction resulting in death and malicious destruction of property resulting in death. we are getting another look at where the suspect were standing at the marathon. you can see it he is in the white cap and his older brother terry and the star nevtamerian tsarnaev is pictured in a black cat. he was killed last week in a shootout with police. >> he has been communicating with investigators but because a bullet wound in his throat, he cannot speak. he is answering questions by nodding in writing. at this point he is saying that he
and his brother were acting alone. they turn raditoo radical islam through internet videos. kansas they had no contact with is the hottest groups overseas and have learned about making skills from the internet. investigators are looking to verify all this field. meanwhile some members of congress are upset that he was charged with federal crimes and as an enemy combat and which would mean trial by military tribunal. however, the white house points out that he has to be tried in federal court because he is a u.s. citizen. >> a memorial service was held yesterday for lingzi lu and another victim, krystle campbell was laid to rest earlier in the day. a moment of silence to remember all the victims was held yesterday. the boston mayor accepted the american flag
was flown at half staff over the marathon finish line. >> it was very symbolic, i'm glad this is what they put together. this was done by the people on the ground. >> the mit police officer who was killed will be laid to rest tomorrow. highs as the joe biden is expected to attend. meanwhile, wilson street will be open to residents and business owners today. stay with kron4 for the very latest on our 247 news channel comcast 193 or our web site kron4 doc, as well as facebook and twitter. we'll be talking to our pollegal expert on what happens next to the suspect of this bombing. >> new this morning, canadian authorities say two men accused of plotting a terrorist attack against a passenger train were walking with " direction and guidance " from al qaeda members and i rhiniran. iran
denies that claim. one of those men made a brief court appearance this morning and was told to appear in court again next month. he is suspected accomplice is scheduled to appear in court in montreal later today. but men are accused of plotting to be rail passenger train. the attack appeared to be in the planning stages and was not imminent. investigation was part of a cross border operation involving canadian law enforcement agencies, the fbi and the u.s. department of, and security. >> three teenage boy is accused of last summer's last september's sexual assault of 15 year-old audrie pott from saratoga have been released from juvenile hall. the boys will now spend their days in home detention. audrie pott was a sophomore at saratoga high school and committed suicide days after the alleged attack.
station and did not injure her and she laid on the tracks. bart police found a woman, who is in her 50s, with no visible injuries. she is being held for a psychological evaluation. >> a man survived after he shot his wife and then himself in redwood city. police assigned as the 1700 block of carleton court around 1245 yesterday morning. when they arrive, they found the 72 and 72 year old woman suffering from a gunshot wound to the head. they also found her 69 year-old husband who was suffering from apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. the woman died at the scene but her house and was transported to a hospital and is incredible condition. please do not yet know what motivated the shooting. ♪
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and violations. the only problem with the miranda rights is that you would not be able to use a confession. investigators and prosecutors are trying to find out if there other people involved. i don't think iran that is an issue in this case. >> their lot of people that are upset that what him tried as a military combatant but he as an american. >> the good news is the constitution still applies, even for people that we hate and are terrorists. this system has worked pretty well so far so i would not worry about that. >> wise as a federal case and not a state case? >> that are actually both. there are dual you may have a situation where the state prosecute them and there is a federal prosecution. this means this
case will go on for years and years. the big difference is under federal law there is the death penalty. for those that want that, the only way to get that is a federal prosecution. >> what are they saying as far as our government's abilityguys just acted on their all. it is more embarrassing that they were able to do it. >> there is a problem that we need to look into which was there was an actual warning from brushup about this specific died saying they had concerns about him, the older brother. he was consulting with foreign terrorist groups. we don't have all the information but the fbi has it. we had a real warning about a real terrorist and we were not able to stop him. could we have done more? could this have been prevented? >> the fbi says they have thousands of requests from foreign governments and we cannot follow everyone
around all the time. >> we sure wish we had followed him. no one is perfect but with a specific warning on a specific terrorist it's disturbing that we did not stop him. >> the kit is 19 and the older brother is 26, it seems like the 26 year-old was the more militant one. is there any way ever him to get off saying he was calling or brainwashed or anything like that? >> looks like it is really about the death penalty. will he be executed or serve life in prison? which you brought up, i don't think they will have sympathy for a 19 year-old killing an 8 year-old with a bomb. i think it is one shot, a small one if he fully cooperate with federal authorities. if he can help the government understand other terrorist or at understand how people get involved then they will say
that's worth it and we was very bad death penalty. >> we had a young man a old man with the shooters in d.c. and the young man tried to use the excuse that he was brainwashed and the court did not buy it. >> if you engage in heinous crimes in your 18 years old, you face the death penalty. no matter what some of ideology, i don't get it if you're an islamic on the list or right wing american that wants to blow up a city. killing 8 year-old is the kids, i don't see how that fits into anyone's ideology. prosecutors will have any sympathy for this kid. he has to give so much aid to the government that they would say that they would take the death penalty off the table. >> the thing we will see something pretty soon? >> if you look at death penalty cases, scott peterson or timothy mcveigh, when the death penalty is on
the table, everything slows down. there is bracer required by defense and then there are multiple levels of appeals. the trial is off but at this guy would ever see execution, it would be 10 to 15 years. >> 8:18 a.m. and we will switch gears and look at weather and traffic. >> temperatures will be cooler so we will not reach the '90s. i do not think will break any records. it will still be a warm-up and land but expect cooler conditions along the coastline. we're starting off a vote live look at our mt. tam cam that is shaking a little bit. we have when the conditions along the belts out. temperatures, 67 as the current temperature in vallejo. 67 napa, low 60s for daly city. after an highs, it will be a cooler afternoon 79 palo alto, 77
fremont, campbell 83. 84 degrees in walnut creek, 80 san leandro. satellite and radar that showed there is a surge bringing some fog and cloud cover to the coastline. well winds will keep temperatures along the warm side of the delta up. we a contrasting winds but mainly clear conditions. 7 day around the bay forecast shows the changes on the way. a gradual cool down with thursday at the cool is day of the week. temperatures will start to climb as we head into the weekend with a mix of sun and clouds. overall, up the dry conditions as we start the next work week. >> we are still not tracking any hot spots this morning in the commute. i would say the slow spots though. the
westbound bay bridge ride is great if you're coming from the nimitz freeway or the east shore. a little sore from the macarthur maze but still not bad, 18 minutes or less drive time. san mateo bridge highway 92, problem free across the span and the golden gate bridge 1 01 southbound with out delay here from the north and to the toll plaza. looking at traffic maps you will see the east shore freeway drive time at 26 to 28 minutes is running fairly slowly. so was westbound highway 24 and southbound highway 680. we have been incident free here. the south bay freeways are heavy on 1 01 with the drive time of 28 minutes, still in the normal range northbound from 85 to the mounting you expressways. 280 is a little heavy especially through downtown fort highway 17. no. they ride, fairly typical was a little heavier traffic been usual southbound but north of highway 37. usually that
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france has just legalize same-sex marriage after a fairly contentious national debate on the subject. there were processed in the street. legions of police officers have been our route where lawmakers were boating and the national assembly just to make sure there was no backlash to this vote. this is coming in, france legalizing same-sex marriage. also watching wall street this morning, stocks to open higher on strong earnings from a range of u.s. companies. not doubt nasdaq and s&p bay area based apple will post earnings after the market closes. the commerce department announces morning that sales of new homes rebounded in march to the senate passed the sales pace in three years rising 1.5% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 417,000. that's still below the 700,000 pace considered healthy by most economists that is up 18.5% from a year
ago. we will take it as a good sign. also following the latest whip bay area based on net flicks making headlines this morning. the company's decision to feature original programming on its internet video service appears to be pulling in more customers. in early february the company debuted a house of cards, a critically acclaimed series made exclusively for netflix. the move helped add to million u.s. subscribers during the first three months of the year. the company's stock surged 22% to $213 in overnight trading on that news. right now is at $216 a share. netflix saw losses this time last year, so this is a good week for netflix. >> tax-free shopping on the internet could be over under a bill making its way through the senate. the bill would require online retailers to collect state and local taxessales taxes
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marin headlands with more. >> this is an absolutely picture perfect day. here is a little cooler than what it was yesterday. the wind is what you really feel perry ed it is a little crazier than normal. you will stil . >> we do have a few things to talk about. we do have a northerly wind impact in the hills. the wind advisory is along the delta up. it is bringing coastal fog. that afternoon highs will be warmer but we definitely will not break any records today. it will be 72 degrees for downtown san francisco.
yesterday was a scorcher. mountain view came in at 88 degrees. there was a high of 85 degrees. conditions into i would tell you how warm it will get coming up in just a bit. >> take a look at the bay bridge where westbound there are no backups on the 880 approach. the drive time is under 18 minutes from the macarthur mayes. the san mateo bridge ride looks good and it is said about an 11 to 30 minute drive. for the golden gate bridge we are problem free on 1 01 south bond. >> we are following a developing news out of east oakland where a standoff is over. kron4 will tran
reports from the 1100 block of 67. >> this is their reason why police believe that he was here. if he was here that after the shooting and the victim was able to identify the description of the car. they came out here and there was a mountain 30 p.m.. they wrote this play is often they make sure that the media was not too close. finally, at 6:30 a.m. they said enough was enough and that is when they went inside the home and you can see there is a police still at the same. they received their search warrant and they were fully armed and they knocked on the door and no one answered. they went inside and they discovered that the suspect was gone. they know who he is because he has been involved with
police before. about 10:30 p.m. he shot a big jump in the leg with non fatal injuries. the police officers went to this location apparently it a lot of the neighbors are upset because of all of the activity overnight. one neighbor, even yelled at the police department here right now they're searching for him and they do know who he is. he is described as a man in his 50s, african- american. they stated that he has kept to itself but the police are misstated the date no b.s. and that they do have this picture on file. there are waiting to just release it. >> >> the boston marathon bombing suspect faces federal charges that carry the possibility of the death penalty. from his hospital bed, and dzhokhar asarnaev a
state judge yesterday. he is charged with using and conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction resulting in death and malicious destruction of property resulting in death. >> we're getting another look at where the suspected bombers were standing at the marathon. take a look. you can see as the pitchers and zoom in closer, the suspect- johar--at the marathon last monday. he is in the white cap. his older brother tamerlin is pitcher in the black cap. tamerlin was killed last week in a shootout with police. we also mentioned, and johar is still in the hospital this morning. >> each time that he did
this we knew that he was reaching for some type of explosive or firearm to draw as then and take us out in a suicide. he did this a few times when we were approaching him and we'd got close enough to at 1.0 of his hands were up in the air. both of his hands were up and we can see that he had no weapons or no and nixon devices. broke away from marshfield cover and rushed them. we grabbed him off the boat. >> there i we're also learning more
about the tense final moments before the swat team finally captured him. >> i know my children. my kids would never do this. >> the mother of a boston bomb suspect is speaking now this morning. one of the young victims of the terrorist attack a bay area boy 11 year-old aaron hern of martinez got a visit from some of his baseball heroes yesterday morning. here is a photograph, it shows, oakland a's first baseman brandon moss, left fielder
josh credit and first base coach tye waller, visiting him in the hospital. they are in boston to play three games series against a red sox. >> the california highway patrol has agreed to extend and expand its patrols in oakland. the agency's contract was scheduled to expire this coming friday, but mayor jean quan says the the chp has agreed to continue to patrol and while the city works to finalize the terms of the new contract. the highway patrol is helping to protect city streets of oakland trains more police officer. over the last four years, they have seen its ranks drop from 836 to 611 officers. >> we will be right back.
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goal in the uc system to ban smoking on campus. but no tobacco policy was launched yesterday on earth. the policy will operate on an honor system. the ban also include smokeless tobacco and the sale and advertising of tobacco products. uc president mark yudof has called for all 10 schools in the system to go smoke-free by next year. >> we will be right back.
>> welcome back. we will see won't weather but i do not think we will break any records. we do have plenty of 80s and to talk about. we will have cooler temperatures into tomorrow. taking a look at the current conditions we are in the upper 60s for vallejo and napa. future cast 4 highlights 12th noon we will
see seven days for the warmest. we will see more in the web 80s by 3:00 p.m. today. we will have a gradual cooler conditions. all the green on your screen indicates the '60s. mid '80s are over in pittsburg low 70's for downtown san francisco. 77 for those of you and san bruno. satellite and radar shows the surge with fog that will be creeping in. we do help lhave cloud cover. we do have a clear conditions for everyone else. for the ridge of high pressure is still in place and it will continue
to work its way north. you can expect a gradual cooler weather for the rest of the week. >> as we continue to monitor a pretty ride a round the bay. we're cents lower conditions for the bay bridge westbound. they have slowed the metering lights and down. this is coming in from the mimic freeway. the back of rireaches to about 880. we have seen no real problems and the drive time is about 30 minutes of the westbound direction. the westbound direction has been problem free all morning long. we have also been accident free. i want to point up the slow spots. 680 is a slow roll as well as westbound 24 of the
pleasant hill. the lower east shore ride is not very fast. south bay freeway and 101 entered change in the last couple weeks has been heavier than what we have seen in awhile. 28 is starting to than out. your no. they ride is still about 38 minutes coming out of novato heading to the golden gate bridge. >> a san francisco city attorney says that he wants answers from officials in nevada. dennis herrera is launching an investigation into whether nevada health officials are systematically sending soccer dedications to send francisco and other cities. he says that this policy is called patient dumping, the process of us in the mentally ill out of state without proper food, medication or care. he says that this may be costing
people here in san francisco a lot of money. >> we are looking at this to make sure that san francisco treasury is protected and that we are spending our tax payer dollars on the result of this and that we are reimbursed. >> he is demanding and documents from nevada's state psychiatric hospital. he says that this was a suspect and issue in the past, but adds that with will documentation he will get to the bottom of it. no word on the exact amount are much it is costing the city. >> home lands security secretary janet napolitano will have her turn at bat today in the debate over immigration reform. if she would testify before the senate judiciary committee.
her parents comes after a daylong hearing monday that expose deep divisions on the emigration bill. >> in other developing bills, the t s eight is rethinking its decision to allow passengers to once again carry small knives on planes. the agency is delaying the policy change same that it needs more time to consider feedback from advisory committee. the policy has been fiercely opposed by flight attendants unions. it was slated to go into effect of this thursday. >> fedex will let recipients leave detailed instructions for their driver or reschedule a delivery to their home. the delivery company says it will charge $5 to reschedule the delivery date or location and $10 to request a to our delivery window. of the services are free, including
putting a 14-vacation hold on deliveries or making a request. customers to sign up, that is free, one the fedex web site to be notified of pending deliveries by e-mail, text or phone without a tracking number or fedex account. >> some cancer patients in california could see their out-of-pocket cost reduced under a bill that has passed one house of the legislator. the bill would cap the cost to patients for oral, anti- cancer drugs at $100 per prescription. it passed the assembly monday, and is now in the state senate. >> we will be right back.
we take a look pitcher extended forecast is still will be a nice day. it will be gradually cooler weather. i will have full details coming up in a few minutes. >> a north bay 8 year-old boy who suffered a heart attack when he was hit by a baseball was reunited with his team. this is video of the incident. matthew henry was picked up at home on saturday by the same fire crew in the same fire engine that took him to the hospital and brought him to the baseball field. players from henry's team, the blue jays, and of proposing team members were lined up at the field to give him a high five. petaluma fire
department paramedics and capt. dan farren and his wife, performed cpr after he collapsed until na defibrillator arrived. >> many sampras's go students, parents and teachers will participate in this city's first week-long bike to school yvette. formally back-to-school day, this city why even encourages kids, parents and educators to choose a physically active an environmentally friendly way to get to and from school. last year, morgan 2007 francisco bike to school born on the one david. >> under a bill approved by the state senate, drivers under the age of 18, who would be banned from taxing
while driving, even if state used a handsfree device. the california association of highway patrolman says, the current law allows drivers to text with a boy is operated device but does not exempt teenagers. this bill looks to change that. supporters want to limit the possible distractions for inexperienced drivers. the bill is now in the state assembly. >> coming up on kron 4 morning news. police and oakland are searching for a man involved in an a hour standoff an overnight shooting. >> three teenage boys accused of last september's sexual assault of effecting your ulcer october have been released from juvenile hall. >> the days of tax-free on- line shopping could soon be over. more on what commerce is debating that could have you came more next internet purchase. >> we will be right back.
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oakland where a standoff is over. kron4 will tran reports from the 1100 block of 65th ave. >> the boston marathon bombing suspect faces federal charges that carry the possibility of the death penalty. from his hospital bed, he faced a judge yesterday. >> some places were close to 78. there is lots of sunshine and downtown san francisco is coming in at 66 degrees. half moon bay has cooled down a lot. there is 48 degrees. we are seeing the searched coming in from the sock that has really impacted us. the temperatures are a lot cooler. this afternoon will
be breezy at times. we have a lot of sunshine and a clear and coastal tonight. this will definitely be cooler along the coast. i will talk about the cooler conditions of the 7 day forecasts. >> as we continue to monitor it is a pretty quiet ride. we are not following any traffic delays. in the bay bridge we saw a back up completely disappear and it is slow one more time at the made an alliance.metering lightt about 18 minutes. when i talk to caltran this stated that no lanes were blocked. a quick check of your ride
to the san mateo bridge rose smoke conditions and there are no delays across the span. the golden gate bridge is still a small crew on 1 01. >> here is the car run after the shooting. the victim was able to identify him and they came out here and this was about 10:30 p.m.. the road this place often they made sure that the media was bad just to make sure everyone would say. finally at about 638 m they said enough was enough and that is when they had when inside the unit and you concede that police officers are still let the scene. they receive their search warrant
and they were all fully armed and they knocked on the door and no one answer. they went inside and they discovered that the suspect was long gone. they seem to know who this person is because they received his name over night. they have not released his name. you could see this police officer walking in the unit. about 4 mi. away he shot someone in the leg with a non fatal injury. he took off from the scene and the police officers came here apparently, a lot of the neighbors were upset because they were here all night. one neighbor actually even yelled at the police. right now, they're searching for him and they know the is. he is described as a man in his 50s and he is african-american. they stated that the man kept to itself and the police departments say the they know who he is and that they do have this pitcher on
file. there does wait for it to be released. >> we're also getting a another at the suspect for the marathon bombing. he faces federal charges that carry the possibility of the death penalty. from his hospital bed, he faced a judge yesterday. he has been charged with conspiracy to a weapon of mass destruction resulting in the duck and malicious destruction of property resulting in death. >> we're also getting another look at where the suspect bombers were standing at the time of the marathon. take a look. you concede as the pitch resumes and closer, the suspects johar, at the marathon last monday wearing a white cap, his older brother tamerlin
is pitcher and a black cat. johar has been communicating with investigators. because of a bullet wound to his throat, he cannot speak. he is answering questions by nodding in writing. at this point he is saying that he and his brother were acting alone. that they turn to radical islam to internet bills. he insisted they had no contact with jihadist group's overseas of the they learn their bombing making skills from an internet. investigators are looking to verify all this. >> france legalizes same-sex marriage. this morning's vote comes after months of intense national debate. thousands of police officers
stood guard ron france's national assembly of the boat was taking place. in recent weeks, about attacks against gay couples have spiked and some lawmakers have received threats, including one who got a gun powder field mall. but that did not tear of lawmakers from casting their votes the way that they did. again, friends of voting this morning to legalize same-sex marriage to rob the country. >> canadian authorities say the two men accused of plotting a terrorist attack against a passenger train were working with " direction and guidance " from al-qaida members and iran. iran denies that claim. one of the suspects made a brief court appearance this morning and was told to appear in court again may 23rd. his alleged accomplice is scheduled to
appear in montreal or later today. both men are accused of plotting to the rail and passenger train. the attack appeared to be in the planning stages, and was not imminent. the investigation was part of a cross border operation involving canadian law enforcement agencies, the fbi and the united states department of home lands security. >> the three teenage boys accused of last september's sexual assault of a 50 year- old saratoga were have been released from juvenile hall. the boys will now spend their days in home detention. audrie was a sophomore at the saratoga high school. she committed suicide days after the alleged attack. >> a spokesperson for her family says that they will remain hopeful that the
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the train will run over the woman as a pass through the station and did not injure her as he laid on the tracks. bart police found the woman, who is in her 50s, with no visible injuries. she is being held for a psychological evaluation. >> a man survived after he shot his wife and then himself in redwood city. police responded to the 1700 block of carleton court of what will 45 yesterday morning. when they arrive, they found a 72 year-old woman suffering from a gunshot wound to the head. they also found 698 year-old husband, who was suffering from an apparently self- inflicted gunshot wound to his head. the woman died at the scene, but her husband was transported to a hospital and is in critical condition. please do not even know the motive. >> we will be right back.
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warm temperatures but the wind is keeping things not as hot. we are watching the weather with kron 4 jackie sissel was flawed and the marin headlands this morning. >> i am not sure if this is just in this area or all around. it is beautiful outside but the wind does is up to about 15 to 20 mi. per hour. you start to see the fog roll in and obviously the temperature is one to draw. it will be cooler today that was yesterday. >> we do have a pretty cool down coming up. >> here is a live look outside at our mount cam tam. we do have a breezy conditions. this is
especially for the north bay east bay hills. it will definitely be breezy conditions and we are seen fog for half moon bay. they are reporting zero visibility. this afternoon is not one of the as high in most locations. also, we're looking for breezy conditions prepared there will be plenty of sun beyond this. we will stay dry and the temperatures will be in upper 60s. san mateo will cool down to 59 degrees. half moon bay will be at 48 degrees. upper 60s for santa rosa and 66 degrees for no vato and downtown san francisco. >> the wind speeds right now are ed 12 for vallejo. the
delta has a winded by as a rebuff for most of us is just briefly condition set times. the way will come down but it will wrap up to my. high-pressure is still in control and you can see the coastal fog that is coming in from the south. this is why the temperature will be cooler today along the coast. the future cast 4 highlights at new england will still be warm. at noon timand bythe fln and the east bay will be in the '80s and some areas will be close to nine days for the afternoon. by 8:00 p.m. it will be very mild. the high for today was still be about 82 for santa
clara. cupertino will be getting close to the mid-80s for this afternoon. walnut creek will be getting in to 86 campus our web 87 degrees. san leandro will be coming in at 77 degrees. it will be mid 80s for napa and downtown san francisco will be pushing close to 70's. >> here is your kron 47 day or around the bay. a another one day today but not as high. tomorrow it will be cooler. thursday is the coolest day of the week. we do have morning fog possible. the next seven days including the weekend will have a lot of sunshine and the temperatures will be back in the '70s. the time now is 9:21 a.m.. >> we are looking at some late slow spots for the commute. here in the south
bay we see it later, and later traffic. even though is only a short stretch this is are back up. 87 mergers with 1 01 north bound, of the metering lights have been turned off on this ramp about 22 minutes ago. he is still barely a backed up the the traffic is slowing down from 87 northbound to get on to 1 01. >> we're also tracking a another hot spot. this time it is set the 1 0192 interchange. we had a few incidents on the bay shore. it back up the ride coming off the san mateo bridge. we have had stop and go conditions coming off the high rise. here you can see that the temperatures are a little slow in the north bound direction but the drive time is running close to 80 minutes with the slow traffic from just at the
base of the rise. the bay bridge westbound was backed up for justice second time is recovering and the drive time is climbing over 20 minutes from the macarthur mayes. this might have been a late stall the back the time up. >> looking at the golden gate bridge 1 01 north bound it is the delay free in both directions. >> an analysis of more than 33,000 cases of food borne illness shows that ground beef and chicken have caused more hospitalizations and other meats. the report by the center for science and public interest says that chicken nuggets, ham and sausage toys and the lowest risk of food borne illness. to calculate which meets were riskiest, the group ranked the foods in which contamination was most likely to cause hospitalizations. some aides
>> welcome back. the time is 9:27 a.m.. residents of the rock ridge neighborhood in oakland are on edge after a shooting in the normally quiet neighborhood over the weekend. neighbors held a household meeting about crime lest i to discuss the incident. on saturday night, a man walking with his wife was shot in the shoulder. the gunman ran off before taking anything from the couple. although there are
neighborhood watch groups all draw the area, counsel man dan kalb says residents are uneasy and one more police presence. there is concern as to how much money will be used in the next budget to reduce crime. >> police are still looking for the gunman in the shooting. >> two people were hurt after a pipe exploded at a rich and grows restore. happened yesterday afternoon at foods co. on macdonald ave. there was a minor explosion and. lead in a refrigeration unit. a repairman was severely injured. he was taken to john muir medical center in walnut creek. a female employe also had breeding issues after inhaling freon. she was taken to a nearby hospital. >> we will be right bacteri back.
and >> welcome back. the time is 9:30 a.m.. it is a little bit gusty. >> we are looking at areas of coastal falk and there is a mild start elsewhere. you will notice the temperature change out towards the coast. it is breezy at times. the temperatures will still be getting up to the mid to upper 80s. the temperatures right now, we're looking at 72 degrees in oakland and 70 in vallejo. it will be 69 degrees for napa it is 66 for the downtown san francisco. half moon bay is sitting at 48 degrees. the visibility is down to zero.
we are looking at changes in the forecast. we will talk more about the cool down and your weekend forecast. >> we are tracking a late hot spots through san jose on 1 01 in the northbound direction. it is right at the guadalupe parkway interchange. that 87 current connector ramp is backing up trying to get on the one on one even though the meeting will lights have been turned off for about half an hour. the bay bridge back up, is still reaching into the macarthur mayes. it has backed up a second time at about 45 seconds ago. right now, it is still slowing on friday on to 24. >> we are falling developing
bills out of east oakland where a standoff is over. kron4 will tran reports from the 1100 block of the 66 ave. >> the victim was able to identify the car and give this description. that was of mountain 30 p.m.. they wrote off this area and that made sure that the media was a quarter mile back so everyone was set. at about 6:30 a.m. they stated that enough was enough and that they have slashers go off and went inside the unit. police officers are still at the scene. they receive their search warrant and they knock on the door and no one answered. they went inside the home and they discovered that the suspect was long gone. they seem to
know who he is and they stated that they received his name over night but they will not release it. >> at around 10:30 p.m. he shot someone in the leg with non fatal injuries. the suspect took off from the scene and a police officers came to this location and a lot of the neighbors were upset because the police officers were here on my. one neighbor, even yelled at the police department. right now, they're searching for him and they know who he is. he is described as an african american male in his 50s. the neighbors and i spoke to stated that he kept to himself. the police department said that he's no stranger to them. they have his picture on file. >> the time is 9:34 a.m.. the boston marathon obamas
suspect faces federal charges that carry the possibility of the death penalty. from his hospital bed, dzhokhar tsarnaev is facing a judge. he is being charged with using and conspiring to use and at what the mass destruction resulted in does and malicious destruction of property resulting in death. >> we're also learning more about the tense final moments before is swat team finally captured him. here is one of them describing the moment. >> you could see one and was clear of any weapons, but each time he win back the away his hand went down inside the boat out of law review. he did that a couple of times as we were still approaching toward him. we got close enough that one. bolt of his hands were up
because of the rocking back and forth, both of his hands were up and we could see that there were no weapons in him, no ignition devices. we broke away from the shield protective cover and we just rush them. we put hands on him, grabbed him and put hipulled him off the bo. >> the 19 year-old was arrested friday night after he was found hiding inside of a boat. >> the mother of a boston bomb is us but is speaking out this morning from russia, just into kron 4 she is telling cnn that she believes that her sons were set up and that the rest of her family is in danger from the people she believes framed them. she says her family is being singled out because of their religion. >> i know my children. my children would never get involved with something like this. >> the mother is accusinone of r
victims of the terrorist attack, a bay area boy, 11 year-old aaron hern a martinez, got a visit from some of his baseball heroes yesterday morning. here is a photograph, it shows oakland a's first baseman brandon moss, left fielder josh read it, and first base coach tye waller, all visiting with him in the hospital. >> we will continue to bring you the latest updates on the suspect in the victims of the boston marathon. coming up ba
>> the california highway patrol has agreed to extend and expand its a patrolling in oakland. the agency's contract was scheduled to expire this coming friday, but mayor jean quan says the the chp has agreed to continue patrolling while the city works to finalize the terms of the new contract. the highway patrol is helping to protect city streets of oakland trains more police officers. >> here is a live look at the san mateo bridge. we will be right back.
from an advisory committee. that committee and close officials from the aviation industry and consumer and law-enforcement groups. the policy has been fiercely opposed by flight attendants unions. it was slated to go and affect us thursday. >> fedex will let recipients of leave detailed instructions for their drivers to reschedule a delivery to their home. the delivery company says it will charge $5 to reschedule the delivery date or location and $10 to request a two hour delivery window. customers can sign up, it is free. the fedex web site will be able to let them notified of impending deliveries at my e-mail, text or phone without a tracking number or fedex account. >> we will be right back.
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>> the pressure cooker bombs used the last week's boston marathon attack are _ and the danger of improv this explosive devices. they are cheap, easy to transport and tough for police to find. david mattingly learn just how simple it was to build and detonate one of these deadly weapons. >> you always worry about copycats and more and more people are trying to use this. this is a pressure cooker bomb similar to the one that was about to set it off. >> and wrong hands, we already know how deadly this can be. we are not taking any chances. >> for safety reasons we have to go to this mountaintop where we are away from where we left it.
>> this is still not far enough to avoid, so we are watching from inside of a bunker. >> 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. wow this mode looks just like what we saw in boston. i can fill all the way up here. >> it was a real shock. one bomb turned into up a thousand of weapons scattered all hundred miles. this was a part of the pressure cooker that was michael. >> no wonder, why so many people got hurt. instead of nails, week filled up with nuts from a hardware store. some of them even melted from the heat. >> look at how fast that they were moving. they can travel about a thousand feet. they will mold faster than the speed of sound. you
are hit even before you hear it. >> here is what the blast looks like using a high- speed camera. and intensive ball of fire less than 20 minutes, watched the desert. is the shot away. engineers study this said that there is a lesson for first responders. >> let's say, that i may first responder, what should i be aware of? >> it is very hard, sharp. you can easily cut yourself. there could be an unexplained parts of the bomb that are still left over the did not explode. this can also go off in its time. >> for potential bystanders they're only words of caution. by the time you get a bowl you could already be hit. >> you should be aware of your surroundings and this may be your only defense. >> there is an easy way you
can help the boston terah a tad victims by donating one of your older gadgets. kron4 tech reporter gabe slate shows you how. >> chances are you have an old phone line around somewhere in your home. i will show you the easy way that you can recycle these. you can trade in your old and gets it through the web and it has been around for years. it has a great reputation and it is safe to use. this is a boston-based company. through the month of april 81 using their service can choose to have 100% of their money donated to victims of the boston terror attack. it was also done a 100 percent of what they earn from your device. this was set up by the mayor of boston. it is a real.
gesell dock, is easy to use and that will tell you what they can give you. if you accept the offer they give you a shipping label to print out. that was in new money through paid out or get you amazon credit. you can go major profits to the victims. >> this is definitely warmer for the inland area. it is 74 vallejo. check out the cole's. is 48 degrees in half moon bay. we are seeing coastal fog this morning. we're also same breezy conditions. the heart of the bay will be nice. the wins will come down throughout the day. satellite and radar shows that there is a
coastal fog. the visibility is down to zero. the m and area is still very warm. future cast 4 is highlighting that the orange as indicated 80s. you will see the green along the course and it will stay in the '60s. by 3:00 p.m. the '80s will fill in for concord, livermore, and parts of hayward. it was still be some seven is for oakland and the east bay locations. >> it will be a warm day for most locations. by 8:00 p.m. it will be in the '60s. here is a look at your high today. 82 degrees for palo alto. heading over to the east bay mid 80s for walnut creek and 87 for pittsburg.
san leandro will be coming in at 77. upper 70's for san rafael and downtown san francisco will get close to 75 degrees. your kron 47 day or around the bay high line is that the forecasts will be tricky due to the wind. today is more of a transition that but tomorrow will be cooler. thursday is the coolest day of the week. as we head into the weekend was still have plenty of sunshine. the time now was 9:52 a.m.. >> we're checking hotspots the san jose on 1 01 in the northbound direction heading to santa clara. this is right at the waterloo ba guadale parkway. this is some
northbound side. this is because the traffic is still creeping along 1 01. it will not remain heavy all the way to 237 but it will be slow. we're still attracting hot spots for the bay bridge. it is still backed up into the macarthur mayes from 580 to 24. this is still the traffic that is trying to get on the bay bridge. 880 is significantly a better approach. it was extremely slow coming off the san mateo bridge on 1 01 both north and south bomb. thankfully, the traffic never backed up on 92 west bound. >> the time is 9:53 a.m. here is a live look outside at the james lick freeway.